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Clarke Craftsman Mig Gas Welder Regulator Kit

3 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews

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Product Description

*NEW* Clarke WE6500 Mig Gas Conversion Kit Will work with any of the Clarke, Craftsman, and virtually all other brand Mig welders as well. Comes with the following new in factory sealed box: Professional Dual Guage Regulator, "Quick Release" Gas Line Adaptor, 2 lb .030 Mig Welding Wire, Six .030 contact tips, Two 1/4" Hose Clamps, Tapered Hose Stem, and 2 ft. of reinforced gas hose.

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ASIN B004UUAXRG
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3 out of 5 stars 8 customer reviews

3 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #521,019 in Home Improvements (See top 100)
#158 in Automotive > Tools & Equipment > Welding Equipment > Welding Equipment & Accessories > Gas Welding Equipment > Gas Regulators
Shipping Weight 7 pounds
Date First Available April 2, 2011

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By Gregor Waltz on February 17, 2014
I have a Craftsman MIG. I do not recall the model off hand. It is either the 20569 or the model that it replaced (I bought mine in 2008 or so). Mine has a small hose barb on the back for the gas inlet. SMALL as in 1/8" or 3/16". I bought this kit back in 2010 when it was sold specifically for my model welder, yet it does not fit the inlet of my welder. I clamped the hose on anyway. With enough tightening and angling the hose just right, it will work. I am writing this review because the hose no longer seals and I tried cutting off the clamp damaged end and clamping again, but it took more fiddling than I wanted to put forth for a single weld. I am now looking for some way of adapting my welder's small hose barb to the larger 1/4" hose barb on the regulator.
I can not find the "Tapered Hose Stem". I remember that thing floating around my garage, but I do not know where it is now and I do not think it would solve my problem. It looks like it is for connecting to a 1/4" NPT threaded fitting.
The regulator has been working well enough for my hobby needs. I would have given it four or five stars if it had actually fit my welder out of the box as advertised when I bought it.
Update: I got a 3/16" hose barb to 1/4" NPT adapter (125-3B-1PK on Amazon). The barb on the welder fits 3/16" hose. I added quick connect fittings to the adapter and the regulator so that I can easily move the bottle separately from the welder and also connect the regulator to my other welder.
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Regulator leaks, sprayed solution of dish washer soap, and gas bubbles leak around cap cover of regulator, gauges ok, inlet and outlet ,ok
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The Item Was Not As Posted, Clarke Craftsman Mig Gas Welder Regulator Kit. Some Off Beat Brand BK Tools, Plus Parts Where Missing.
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Had to fix the valve myself ,lousy metal used in the pressure button inside the valve broke in two pieces
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